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When multi-core meets embedded

In my past oppinion, hardware and software for embedded world are something tiny, customized and stable oriented. I could hardly imagine the "big" multi-Core can fit into the embedded field. However, I was educated when I attended an internal technical conference, where I heard quite some applications for multi-core platforms for embedded situation.

Beta course module Instructional Design Document: Case Study of Concurrent Program Design for Visual Computing Face Simulation

1.Module Name: Case Study of Concurrent Program Design for Visual Computing Face Simulation

2. Writers: Selwyn You

3.Targeted availability: Jan.30, 2009

4.Brief Module Description

Proposed duration: 1 1.5 hours (variable)

Parallel Pattern implementation study: Structured Grids in Lattice-Boltzmann simulations

Below is the "instructional design" description of the first in a series of implementation studies, looking for instances of Parallel Design Patterns in actual code. Feedback welcome!

1.Module Name: Parallel Pattern Implementation Studies: structured grids as implemented in the Lattice-Boltzmann project OpenLB

2. Writers: Michael Wrinn

3.Targeted availability: EOQ Q4 2008

4.Brief Module Description

Proposed duration: ~ 1 hour, self-guided

i want Advice


I want some guidence as i want to make my career with INTEL.I have recently completed my bachelor from computer science and if i want to get opportunity at intel ,what should i do to move ahead with multi threaded programming.I want information about what language i can choose,any examination for intel certification etc etc.i would be very thankful if i get appropriate answer

All Things Considered: What will you need to host a three-day training class on multi-core programming?


Suppose your university or department has instructors who are capable of teaching the Intel Multi-core Faculty Training class, the next step is to figure out what hardware and software you will need, and the guidelines to setup a classroom environment to facilitate the class. it is assumed that you have joined Intel Academic Community and enrolled in Intel ISN membership which will entitle member to freely download the course materials and use fully functional Intel software needed for this multi-cores faculty training.

Dirty Rotten Cheaters in the News, October 2008: It's only business...

Its only business, right?

Ive only recently become aware of The Business Ethics Blog, written by Chris MacDonald. He seems to do a really nice job of integrating differing approaches to various ethical issues du jour, using a writing style that is clear and seems to work gangbusters for me.

Would you use this introductory material on parallelism in your classes? Why or why not?

Would you use this introductory material on parallelism in your classes? Why or why not?




Introduction to Parallel Programming

InstructionalDesign Document

Version: October 17, 2008 v.2

1. Module Name: Introduction to Parallel Programming

2. Writers: CAT Staff

3. Targeted availability: [Intel internal date] (Coincident with Faculty Training 2.1)

4. Brief Module Description

Would you be interested in adding a lecture on Parallel Architecture for Games, described in this design document? Why or why not?

1. Course Name: Parallel Architecture for Games
2. Writers: Mike Pearce, et al.
3. Targeted availability: Q4 2008
4. Brief Course Description

This module examines a game architecture developed by Intel, designed to take advantage of all CPU cores available within a system. This courseware explores how to support and overcome the challenges of parallelism in the context of a modern game architecture. It also provides a parallel framework on which to build threaded scalable games.

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